You should be prepared for everything including but not limited to school and jobs. Being prepared is important when it comes to school. If you are prepared for your classes your homework will get done on time and correctly. Lynch and Huang write “If you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail” (p. 1), meaning that if you do not have your homework done you will not get the credit for it. I practice being prepared
Being so involved has taught me unteachable lessons in how to manage time properly; something I will use the rest of my life. I believe that the best way to better oneself is to be well rounded. School based knowledge is such a basic level of what is out there. There is so much more to be learned and discovered. To do this I have found it essential to try
Jennifer Gennrich always says,”School comes first.” This means that before doing any extracurricular activities, including sports, getting homework done is number one. So in order to play sports, pupils will have to keep their grades up and turn their homework in. In general, it will keep adolescents up on their homework, which increases their grade. And students can finally realize how important it is to keep up in class.
School has always been my number one priority. I focus hard to achieve the grades I want by making sure I turn all my homework in on time and studying for tests. Sometimes school can be very stressful but I have to push myself to strive for the grades I want. I have learned that before taking a test you need to make sure you study in as many ways possible so when the test day comes you will not have any issues. Another thing that is difficult and for me gets in the way of school is having a job.
High School can be a fun time with your friends, but keeping up with all of your assignments is crucial. You have to be able to study and complete your assignments while balancing a job or a social life. What I do personally is planning out a few hours a day that is contributed to finishing all of my homework. You’re going to school for academics so it is very important that you are keeping up with school work. One thing that really helps me complete
All of these attributes are related in that they all reflect my determined mindset in achieving my academic goals. Because I experienced hardships during high school due to my lack of determination, I worked to improve these aspects of myself so that I am not only more confident in my abilities, but also have a goal set in my mind that I can work towards achieving. I practice strategies such as avoiding to carelessly rush through homework by setting enough time to thoroughly complete the task, and investing myself to the tasks at hand. All of these had a direct correlation towards my academic self-confidence, because I now believe in my abilities to work through difficult tasks and
From Mind Tools, I came up with my first intervention, the basis, a To-Do List. The list is essentially a written paper to prioritize tasks written in order of its importance and urgency. When used effectively, it can eliminate negative stress and help with focus, increasing productivity. This method was effective in attaining its proposed goal, which is to help me be more organized and serve as a constant reminder of the tasks I needed to complete.
I always wonder why I understood more complex material than, material which were clear cut. However, according to Jung, an INTJ learning revolves around finding the answer to the question and are easily receptive to difficult materials. However, what is most effective, is the material being presented from different point of views using
A wide variety of skills are needed for success in life. A student goes through early childhood education, kindergarten, elementary, middle school, high school, trade school, college, graduate school, post-doctoral programs, certificate programs etc. The main focus is always to equip the student with knowledge and skills necessary to perform competently in their chosen area of endeavor. In our myopic focus, on a narrow skills set, we frequently overlook the real engine that drives success – character. The traditional focus of policymakers on academic achievement as a marker of people’s talents can cause them to miss the importance of non-cognitive skills, also called character skills.
My work ethic and study habits are strong. Quizlet, flashcards, and notes are all study tools I use. I have been on Honor Roll for each year at Jack Jouett Middle School and get all A 's. When confused about a concept, I always ask for help early so I understand it before the unit becomes further difficult. Math and science are interesting and bring challenges.
Perpetually being both intellectually and physically engaged drives me to complete my academic work. I know that when I do my homework that I will work efficiently because it means that I will be able to go to rehearsals without the stress of schoolwork haunting me. This concept also enabled me to see how much time I wasted before taking advantage of every opportunity to work in order to complete assignments as early as possible. I try to complete my homework during study halls, lunch periods, before rehearsal, or any
Strengths quest really hit the head on the nail with achiever as my number one strength. I relate to almost every aspect of this strength. Having ADHD, it is important that I try to eliminate as many distractions as I can. I spend so much time studying and I always do it for long periods of time. My usual study session lasts three hours and somedays I do multiple study sessions.